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Judith Friedman Rosen

Judith Friedman Rosen is a research associate at CUNY Graduate School and has taught modern Jewish history at Queens College and Brooklyn College. A graduate of Stern College for Women (B.A.) and Bernard Revel Graduate School (M.A.) at Yeshiva University, Rosen received her Ph.D. in modern Jewish history from New York University. Among her many roles as a local and national civic leader, Rosen held a five-year elected position on the New York City Board of Education Community School Board. She was also a founder of the Middle East Quarterly.

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Sophie A. Udin

Sophie A. Udin fought for women's rights and equal pay, but she is best known for helping found the first libraries in Israel and creating important American archives about Zionism, helping preserve vital documents and making them accessible.

Regina D. Stroock

Born in New York City in 1875 to a life of privilege, Regina Stroock parlayed her talents and wealth into a career of philanthropy and civic leadership. Active in both Jewish and New York City philanthropy, Stroock involved herself with many charitable organizations related to child welfare and other social issues of the time.

Judith S. Kaye

Judith S. Kaye was the first woman to serve as chief judge of the state of New York and chief judge of the Court of Appeals of the state of New York.

Sara Rivka Feder-Keyfitz

A childhood friend of Golda Meir, Sara Feder-Keyfitz grew up to be a significant Zionist and feminist leader in her own right. From 1951 to 1955, she served as the national president of Pioneer Women

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